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in the arab world hitting home after an angry mob kills the u.s. ambassador to libya and three other americans. >> today many americans are asking, indeed, i asked myself. how could this happen in a country in a country we helped liberate in a city we helped save from destruction? this reflects just how complicated and at times how confounding the world can be, but we must be clear-eyed even in our grief. this was an attack by a small and savage group. not the people or government of libya. >> tensions are also strained right now with one of america's closest allies. anti-american fury is now spreading. we're following all the angle from around the globe. ian lee is on the ground in cairo, eswript, and sarah is in jerusalem. so two u.s. missions in two different countries attacked on the same day. we're talking about the 11th anniversary of the september 11th attacks. we want to take a closer look at the security information with someone who is actually experiencing this. nicolas burns has served in the foreign service for 27 years. he is also a former u.s. ambassador to nato. nick, thanks for
, including the u.s. embassy. the mood there was violent. rocks thrown. fires set to barricades. several injured, including police. >>> and this was the scene in northeast syria today. an air strike hit a village gas station. opposition activists say the strike killed 20 civilians and wounded more than 70 others. the death toll is expected to rise. >>> and people in the former soviet republic of georgia are outraged over graphic videos reportedly showing prison guards abusing and raping inmates. thousands of protesters took to the streets after tv stations aired the shocking images. the president says what happened at the prison is a "horrific afront to human rights and dignity." the country's corrections minister has resigned over that video. >>> more protests is and violence today in pakistan. as many as 1,500 people marched outside the diplomatic enclave in islamabad that houses the u.s. embassy and several other foreign embassies. some protesters carried sticks, threw rocks, and set fire to barricades as they marched. police fired warning shots to disburse the crowd, but several poli
of the u.s. ambassador in libya and calls for more attacks on u.s. embassies. hundreds of afghans have taken to the streets shouting death to america. protesting the antes islammic film the white house blames for starting all of this. those deadly protests now span more than 20 countries world wide stretching as far away as sydney, australia. calm has now returned to egypt. the center of the so-called arab spring. but only because egyptian police have finally cleared protesters from the streets. hello, everybody. i'm uma pemmaraju live in washington. we have live team coverage from afghanistan to the white house. let's begin with conner powell who is joining us live from kabul. conner? >> a deadly few hours here in afghanistan. few hours ago we got word that a member of the afghan security forces turned his weapon on two nato troops and shot and killed killed -- late last night, the taliban launched a deadly and sophisticated raid on a very large u.s. and nato base in helman province of 10:00 p.m., dozens of insurgented launched an attack. they managed to go ahead inside the perimeter
more protesters against the united states. >> u.s. and libyan officials give an account of last week that left four americans dead. >> it began spontaneously. >> this left us with no doubt that this was pre-planned, pre-determined. >> still on strike, chicago teachers will walk the picket line again today after the city extends a tentative contract offer. >> pair of nfl coaches exchange some unpleasantries after sunday's game. this is the "cbs morning news" for monday, september 17, 2012. >>> good morning, everybody. good to be with you. i'm terrell brown. anothemorning of anti-american protests in the middle east. hundreds of demonstrators turned tires and shouted death to america on a road near u.s. air base in kabul, afghanistan. hezbollah is calling for anti-protests. and roughly 50 are arrested in the benghazi attack. >> reporter: good morning, terrell. the u.s. is sending more military force certain hot spots after this new violence in kabul and hezbollah calling for more protests, indicating the the evenings could escalate across the arab world. hundreds of protesters are clas
and the military are taking efforts to step up security at u.s. embassies across the region. jim maceda joins us from cairo. jim, good evening. >> reporter: hello, lester. the state department is temporarily closing embassies in sudan and yemen, warning u.s. citizens of the travel in those countries, as well as in tunisia where americans are encouraged to leave as worries about more violent protests escalate. a four-day standoff outside the u.s. embassy in cairo ended this morning when riot police charged the protesters and cleared out tahrir square, arresting some 200 along the way. the city began to return to normal as did the country with no reported protests or violence. friday's day of rage spread across more than 20 countries. in tunisia today local citizens and security personnel surveyed damaged cars and buildings at the u.s. embassy now protected by armored vehicles while a u.s. marine rapid response team took up positions at yemen's charred u.s. embassy and western hotels. it wasn't all quiet. as far away as sydney, australia, hundreds protesters clashed with riot police outside the u.
since acta city was twinned with lamjo. >>> u.s. secretary of state clinton urged southeast asian leaders to work together towards calm in the south china sea. she wants them to resolve territorial disputes with china without intimidation or use 6 force. she met with indonesian foreign minister in jakarta. clinton says it is in the u.s. national interest to keep peace in the south china sea. >> we encourage asean and china to make meaningful progress towards finalizing a comprehensive code of conduct in order to establish rules of the road and clear procedures for peacefully addressing disagreements. >> asean members met in july, but disagreements over cambodia, vietnam and philippines unsettled the talks. they couldn't agree on a joint statement. >>> u.s. forces stationed in afghanistan are suspending local police training in order to perform background checks. the move followed a series of deadly insider attacks. our bureau in bangkok has the details. >> 1,000 new afghan police recruits are in limbo as the u.s. halts training. trainees account for only a small fraction of all of
killing two u.s. service members. a maryland national guard unit charged with training police in afghanistan and arrived home today. george joins us with more. >> more than 40 members of the maryland national guard came home to a ceremony here in hunt valley. they were assigned to the international assistance force in afghanistan. they helped to train the afghan army and police to fight the taliban on their own. there are mixed emotions as they learned of the shooting of a nato service member, allegedly and hands of an afghan trainee. it speaks to the difficulty of their mission. >> we have solid leadership. i am confident all the counter measures have been put in place and we will continue to do what is right for the soldiers performing the mission. >> i have four children. he is the first i did not get to see born. the sacrifice we do, it pays off. we come home. it is a good feeling. >> these men and women spent a year and afghanistan. they deployed on the 10th anniversary of 9/11 last year. for many of these folks, this was their third tour in afghanistan. this was the unit
more protests against the united states. >> u.s. and libyan officials offer conflicting accounts of last week's deadly attack in benghazi that left four americans dead. >> it began spontaneously. >> this left us with no doubt that this was pre-planned, pre-determined. >> still on strike, chicago teachers will walk the picket line again today after the city extends a tentative contract offer. >> pair of nfl coaches exchange some unpleasantries after sunday's game. this is the "cbs morning news" for monday, september 17, 2012. >>> good morning, everybody. good to be with you. i'm terrell brown. another morning of anti-american protests in the middle east. this time violence triggered by that anti-islam video erupted in kabul, afghanistan. the leader of hezbollah is calling for protests at u.s. embassies and libya, 50 people have been arrested in connection with the attack on the u.s. consulate, some foreigners. there are questions on how the deadly assault was carried out. susan mcginnis has more on this. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, terrell. the u.s. is sending
. by midnight, increased the shores, south bay and market rallies. temperatures right now in the low 50s and san francisco, mid-50s in san jose, forties' in santa rosa. 50 degrees in livermore. it will warm up nicely out there. into the north bay, upper 70's and low 80s. we will have their full forecast coming out. >>terisa: new this morning, for american service members have been killed after an afghan police officer turned his gun on troops. half of this morning in southern afghanistan. this is the third attack afghan forces or surgeons -- insurgents >> turmoil raging across the muslim world is likely to continue in the days ahead. protests have been sparked in dozens of countries worldwide including this one in australia the state department has ordered the departure of non-essential personnel from tanzania and sudan. this morning, panetta said the violence seems to be leveling off. the president says that the people will be brought to justice who killed the u.s. ambassador to libya, chris stevens as well as three other americans in the u.s. consulate in benghazi. >> anti u.s. protests fo
demonstrators targeting u.s. con con salutes and embassies and now the leader of the hezbollah terror group getting in on the action. this teacher strike has left hundreds of children with no place to go. >> the mayor went to court. >> tonight, the labor showdown in chicago. the do not call registry was supposed to limit annoying telephone calls. >> press 89 now. >> shepard: now complaints are on the rise. tonight, is it a case of the do not call list that does not work? and the 87-year-old man who took a leap of faith with three our generations of his family first from fox this monday night, death threat for makers of islamic video. triggered backlash in 20 countries since it went viral last week. now the associated press is reporting a religious cleric in egypt has issued a fatwa, in essence a religious license to kill. in a statement posted on that militant web site, clerics said it is the duty of each muslim to kill anybody associated with the video. meantime, the protests continue. [shouting] today in beirut, lebanon knob the leader of the hezbollah terror group called people to keep d
's no doubt its genuine fury. protesters at the u.s. embassy even tore down the stars and stripes to hoist the fundamentalist islamic slack. across the muslim world and the american banker fuelled a destructive frenzy this week. and where there was no embassy they went for american symbols. can see and hardee's restaurant was torched. and a highly respected american school over run and looted. but wasn't really a clumsy u.s.- made film that caused all of this. in fact editor of the newspaper said the real roots lie much deeper. >>> american foreign policy for a long time was doing a lot of harm. >>> in egypt american long supported the widely despised president mubarak who was toppled by a popular uprising just last year. >>> weaker speaking about the long history of mistrust and anchor and will finally get their reason. >>> especially in poor muslim countries were millions face chronic injustice and corruption. in cairo this week protesters didn't actually reached the embassy but they did invade the grounds before riot police drove them back teargas. it took its president three old da
. a would-be terrorist hoping to attack popular sites across one major u.s. city. and troops in afghanistan. defenseless against a murderer in disguise. assassins. dressed as allies. it is happening again. nato troops gunned down by a terrorist wearing an afghan police uniform are. the latest green on blue attack follows that deadly ambush on our premier u.s. marine base. with new word now directly from the taliban their target is one of the most famous people in uniform. >> also, our military and the fbi now on the hunt in libya for the killers of those four americans who died in our consultate. tonight, al-qaeda praising the death of u.s. ambassador are chris stevens and in citing others to go after troops. we witness the latest efforts to protect americans under threat. >> we begin with a fox you bent. urgent. brand new details on the surprise attack in afghanistan that killed two u.s. marines yesterday. here is what is key. and you will notice the trend here. we are now learning about 15 taliban insurgents stormed that base wearing u.s. army uniforms. at the post our marines share with
by the bay. 60s and 70s. inland some fog and then it burns off sunny. san francisco should be 70 degrees on the high side this time of year. this will be the official temp 62. south beach, china base will be a little warmer. probably the mission as well. you know what i'm saying. temperatures will be influenced by that fog bank which isn't going anywhere. there are signs it might later. 50 in san rafael. if they didn't have that fog they would be cooler than that. west, southwest 17 at travis. that is stronger than yesterday. even a westerly component to vacaville. there are signs of high pressure is going to build in starting friday. and if that is the case, then everyone will warm up including the coast. but we'll ease into that. morning fog and sunny. light west breeze. that will pick up a little later. 60s and 70s and 80s. petaluma 74. clearlake and ukiah is still a little warm. 82 brentwood. alameda upper 60s. 84 pleasanton. temperatures just holding steady here. right about near average for some. cupertino 80. fremont at 76 beautiful degrees. that is the spirit. 75 menlo park. 60 p
with a lot of fog. that westerly breeze is in place. temperatures will be in the 60s, 70s, 80s to upper 80s. clearlake ukiah it takes a cool front to cool them off. walnut creek, 82. pleasanton, 84. walnut creek, brentwood, 87. 78, san jose -- san jose, which is 2 below average. look as santa cruz. santa cruz, 68. they have been hard-pressed to get out of the 60s. 50s, 6s on the -- 60s on the coast. a little warmer maybe as we head towards friday. if everything continues to come in as it is saying, it will be warmer for the coast. >> thank you, steve. >>> 7:09. developing news this morning. some sad news from the music world. andy williams has died. ♪ >> the crooner is known for numerous songs, including "moon moon river." he died in his home in branson, missouri following a year battle with bladder cancer. president reagan called him a national treasure. he was 84. >>> in about 90 minutes a safety school meeting will begin where a 9-year-old girl was kidnapped from a campus bathroom and molested. coming up at 7:30, we got a live report from there and the plans to keep the kids safe. also
. apologize for what had happened to the u.s. consulate, the death of the american citizens including ambassador stevens. they say that this is not representative of the sentiments, the libyan people in a whole in general have for the united states and the people. there's gratitude for what the united states did for the libyan people last year. and it's the role it played through nato in supporting the libyan revolution and ousting libyan dictator moammar gadhafi. we are hearing from the top officials of libyan government, holding a news conference earlier condemning the attacks and vowing to bring those responsibly for the attack to justice hinting that this was carried out suspected by islamist radical groups that operate in eastern libya. the speaker of the libyan parliament, the general national congress, saying that there are all indications that this was origin orchestrated around the september 11th anniversary and libya rejects the use of the land for what he described as revenge attacks. reassuring the united states and the international community that they are working to secu
they ha not spott it. u.s. defense secretary leon panetta urged japanese and chinese leaders to act calmly to resolve the dispute. he held talks in beijing with the defense minister. panetta said the united states is concerned about east asian maritime security. >> the point of this is to send a very positive message to all the nations of this region and the world that we intend to establish a relationship that is healthy, stable, and reliable and continuous. >> he says he hopes to resolve the problem through peaceful kie log but japanese leaders are fully responsible for the unrest. >> translator: china is watching the developments very closely. we have the right to take further action. >> chinese state news reported he came out in opposition to comments panetta made in tokyo. the u.s. defense chief said the san can you can you islands lie within the area covered by the security treaty. he added china expects the u.s. to maintain the neutral stance regarding conflicting claims of sovereignty. business leaders in china are responding in different ways. yucat how are business leaders and bu
base in afghanistan that left two u.s. marines dead, several other troops wounded and the taliban now claiming responsibility for the assault on camp leatherneck. that is southern helmand province, to avenge an anti-muslim film produced in the united states. welcome to america's election headquarters. i'm gregg jarrett. >> heather: i'm header childers. u.s. na to have coalition say insurgents surged the embassy last night. how did the militants get past all that security to begin with. conner is live in kabul with the latest. >> reporter: this is one of more serious breaches we've seen in afghanistan. it's not clear how they got in the outer rim of security into the camp leatherneck area. they say at least 17 taliban fighters breached the outer perimeter of security. once they were inside they launched a massive attack on the camp. this is a camp where there are more than 10,000 u.s. marines and british troops including prince harry is also stationed there. the attack lasted for some period of time. it started after 10:00 p.m. last night. taliban hit the base with small arms, to grena
on that in just a moment. the anti-u.s. anger has reached as far as australia. protesters carried signs saying obama, obama, we like osama as they rallied in front of the u.s. consulate in front of sydney today. haters of america have defiled the stars and stripes, broken on to a diplomatic property and clashed with police. in tunisia, two protesters died friday. the death toll is expected to climb. in sudan, british and german embassies are tightening security after attacks there. and in afghanistan this is the second day protesters burned obama in effigy. two u.s. marines are dead. officials say 20 armed terrorists infiltrated the base perimeter of the british military complex last month. anna, the taliban have claimed responsibility for this attack. tell us exactly what happened. >> reporter: we are getting confirmation that two marines, as you mentioned in your introduction, have died. several were wounded when 20 insurgents attacked the camp. this is taliban heartland. now they used small weapons, rocket propelled grenades, as well as suicide ied vests to infiltra infiltrate. this is a he
the coast too. coast has been dealing with a lot of fog. there are signs maybe that will disappear. 50s on the temps. low mid to a few upper. about 51-57 covers the spread. west, southwest travis 18 that is picking up. it's tough to warm up if that stays in place. a lot of little lows here. one sitting out here is supposed to be replaced with high pressure here. if that develops into oregon that will give us a north, northeast wind. this is the cloud and rain forecast. not much change today. there will be fog nights and mornings all the way through this evening. it will be back tonight into thursday and now watch. here we go thursday night into friday starts to disappear. watch what happens by late friday into saturday. that seems to be the message. forecast models saying we will get that offshore breeze. morning fog and then sunny today. 60s and 70s and 80s. temperatures yesterday pretty much carried right into today. looks a little warmer friday and we'll carry that for the weekend. warmer maybe warm to hot inland. even the coast getting in on the warmer party. >> a warmer party. all
the bay this morning. the afternoon seabreeze will be with us. our high for today, 60s at the coast, 70s around the bay, 90s for the hottest spots. i'll show you the numbers outside your door at this hour and what you can expect for the afternoon, coming up. >>> two children kidnapped by their father have been rescued, after spending three days on a stolen yacht. ktvus allie rasmus is live in alameda, where their father stole the boat and took them out to sea. >> reporter: that's right. the boat used in this apparent child abduction was stolen from this harbor, bolina bay in alameda. this is video of the mother and her two kids, being driven back to safety by san francisco police. the children's father, 42-year-old christopher maffei is accused of kidnapping the two children from their mother's south san francisco home earlier this week. he then stole this boat from the alameda harbor and took off with his two small children on board heading south. last night around 7:30, u.s. coastguard, police and even the fbi were involved in the search and were able to locate the boat off the coast n
erupting in sudan and tunisia. now, forcing the u.s. state department to issue orders for all nonessential government and personnel and their families, there, to get out. good morning, everybody, i'm eric sean and welcome to a brand new hour of america's election headquarters. >> jamie: significant development overseas, i'm jamie colby, because, sudan's government is rejecting a u.s. request to send an elite team of marines into the country to protect the embassy and our own people, after the angry crowds there torched part of the german embassy and tried to storm the u.s. embassy, 48 hours ago. the state department warning the terrorist level remains critical, in that country and in tunisia americans are told to leave the country, immediately by our state department and stay away from the demonstration. defense secretary leon panetta warning the turmoil raging across the muslim world is likely to continue into the days ahead. our own greg palkot, taking a chance, live in the capital of tunisia. tell us what is happening there. >> reporter: juliey, no wonder the state department is concern
the military option. >> shannon: our ambassador to the united nations says the u.s. will stand with israel and do what it takes to stop oran from developing a nuclear weapon, as israeli prime minister netanyahu says iran is 7 to 8 months away from being able to build a nuclear bomb and demands that the united states give a red line to iran. we start with peter doos gee senator john mechanic cane said an hour and-a-half that he thinks the united states is sing exactly the wrong main to the israelis about whether or not we will have their back, if iran gets closer to building a nuclear weapon. >> we keep tells the israelis not to attack, shouldn't we be telling the iranians that that we are with israel and they should back down. >> reporter: the u.s. bamdass dorto the u.n. says that the united states will do whatever it takes to prevent iran from acquiring the nuclear weapon and the military option is on the table. but she said, she thinks there is time for the pressure we are putting on the islamic republic to make them change course. >> the most solemn decision that a president can ever ta
their lives in the consulate, the u.s. consulate in libya. a heckler prevented him from doing so but making a pivot from the kind of tone he took before when -- actually criticizing president obama and his handling of what has taken place. we're taking you around the world in 60 minutes. here's what's going on right now. the anger is spreading fast since the attacks on the u.s. consulate at libya that happened on the anniversary of september 11th. we are seeing protests and violence in the streets in several countries. we're talking egypt, iran, yemen and israel. secretary of state hillary clinton told muslims everywhere that the united states had nothing to do with the youtube video that seems to have sparked the violent protests. >> this video is disgusting and reprehensible. it appears to have a deeply cynical purpose, to denigrate a great religion and to provoke rage. but as i said yesterday, there is no justification, none at all, for responding to this video with violence. we condemn the violence that has resulted in the strongest terms. >> egypt is where the latest violence against t
-budget anti-muslim film produced in the u.s. hezbollah leader made a rear public appearance in beirut this morning denouncing the film. he called the protest in beirut saying the u.s. must be held accountable for that film. in kabul, the series of anti-american protests are breaking out. hundreds of demonstrators clashed with police and set fire to two cars. they set fire to a compound. in pakistan, two people were killed during anti-american protests there yesterday. demonstrators throughout the middle east and northern africa are angry over the film which was produced in the u.s. and uploaded on youtube. there was unrest after a rumor it would be played on u.s. television. >>> the rise in the anti-american violence has prompted the u.s. government to pull citizens out of the areas. last tuesday, u.s. ambassador and bay area native, chris stevens was killed with three others during the attack on the embassy in libya. arrests have been made linked to the attacks. >>> the woman accused of killing nursing student michelle le is in court today. the hearing is set to begin one year to the
towards an anti-islamic movie made in the u.s. which has angered protesters all across the region. they are convinced there was some kind of planned or pre-planned attack against the american embassy. meanwhile, the u.s. is sending fbi special investigators to benghazi to help in determining the cause of the attack, and who else may have been involved in it. now, for their part, the u.s. embassy has received some reinforcements. at least 50 marines have arrived and have now taken up positions here in the capital. we also understand that at least two u.s. navy warships have been deployed off the coast of libya, and the government here has pledged to the united states that it will cooperate with the investigation, and help in trying to bring the perpetrators of this attack to justice. nbc news, tripoli. >>> and the violent anti-american protests have spread from tunisia to indonesia. the crisis is growing, and it is becoming a larger factor in the race for the white house. steve handelsman is on capitol hill now with more on this. >> reporter: wendy, good evening. candidate paul rya
. and insighting others to go after u.s. facilities and our journalist on the ground as we witness the latest effort to protect americans under threat. >> americans under attack overseas in afghanistan. the nato forces confirming a man dressed as an afghan police officer shot and killed two nato police officers. >> the green on blue attacks are so common. our fighters had to stop training their afghan counter parts. all of this on another attack in afghanistan. we first told you about a braisep assault by the that took the lives of two u.s. marines. it happened in camp leathernect which our forces share with forces. u.s. marines and fbi on the move in libya to hun down the killer who is ambushed our concullate and threat remains for americans living over seas in the rash of anti-american protest in the muslim world. look at this map that shows the recent scope of violence. and this map actually doesn't show the full extent of what is they are not geth on the planes tonight. >> they are ordering all family members and a nonemergency nonessential personnel out of the country and sudan. and just
penalty if convicted. >>> s.w.a.t. teams from newark and union city helped the chp with an arrest this morning. police say they were called to the motel six on mawry avenue. that's where police were serving a warrant for a man. when the man refused to surrender the s.w.a.t. team was called in. he was wanted for a violent crime. >>> police in hayward are hoping the public can help identify a man who was killed early this morning. officers were called to whipman street at sicamore street. that's where they found the victim with a head injury. it appears the man was looking for some place to live. >> we have some idea that he may have been trying to accomplish residency in the area. we know that he used to live in the area prior to this incident and was currently trying to accomplish residency in the area once again -- establish residency in the area once again. >> they say the victim was in his 50s or 60s. >>> the alameda county sheriff's office is investigateing the fatal shooting of a man early this morning. officers say gunfire broke out just after mid-night in an apartment compl
causing tension at a u.s. embassy after a string of anti-american violence in the middle east. and this morning, u.s. leaders are responding. we'll have a live report from washington. >>> right now, a live look outside at fremont. that reminds us that ms. christina loren will be along for our late-morning a.m. ride to take a look at the weather forecast coming up. you're watching nbc bay area. >>> good morning and thanks for being with us. i'm marla tellez. >> and i'm jon kelley. and it was a solemn morning and still is in the north bay as officers from all around the country gather to pay tribute to one of their own. >> the memorial service is being held at this hour for chp officer kenyon youngstrom who died after being shot by a man during a traffic stop last week near alamo. christie smith is live in vacaville outside the mission church where hundreds of people are paying their respects. quite the crowd. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. really a somber day here in vacaville. lots of tears and hugs. i want to step aside so you can see what's going on behind m
in the attack that kill kd the u.s. ambassador and three members of his team. at the same time there are diverging views on who is responsible for the attack. anna werner begins our coverage from washington. >> reporter: in the five days since ambassador chris stevens and three other americans were killed in libya, violent protests against the u.s. have reached more than 50 cities. clashes with security forces outside the u.s. consulate in karachi, pakistan, today, left at least one protestor dead and eight others injured. this weekend the u.s. was busy evacuating nonessential personnel from sudan and tunisia, urging american citizens to get out. today on "face the nation" libyan president mohammed el magariaf said he believes last week's deadly attack in benghazi was premeditated. >> the way the perpetrators acted, moved, this leaves us with no doubt that this was preplanned, predetermined. >> reporter: but u.s. ambassador to the u.n. susan rice disagrees telling bob schieffer that it was a spontaneous protest hijacked by well armed extremists. >> i think it's clear that there
is on film are intensifying in parts of the middle east. violent demonstrations outside of u.s. military bases in afghanistan are becoming more frequent. danielle nottingham shows us the destruction in the country's capital. >> afghan authorities raised through the streets out to stop a violent demonstration. hundreds of protestors set several fires near u.s. military base on the outskirts of town, afghan police were able to break up the crowd and firefighters put out the flames. but authorities believe that there could be more violence over the movie made in america, that ridicules the prophet mohammed. more than two dozen countries have seen anti-american protests over this movie. but the situation in afghanistan is fragile, after more deadly attacks against u.s. and nato forces. over the weekend for americans were killed when an afghan police officer pulled his weapon and started firing. already this year 51 international service members have been killed in these types of attacks. 15 in august alone. u.s. officials say that they are stepping up security to protect americans in afghani
security chal edges the u.s. faces overseas are mounting tonight over the anti-islam film and disagreement over what really happened in libya to new saber-rattling between israel and iran. now a series of deadly attacks on u.s. and coalition troops in afghanistan, including two more inside attacks by afghan police. in all, eight troops have died, including six americans. the number of american and nato troops killed this year by afghan security forces has climbed to 51. tonight the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, general martin dempsey, is calling the so-called blue on green attacks a serious threat to the war effort. our team has it all covered. we begin in kabul with nbc's chief foreign correspondent richard engel. richard. >> reporter: good evening, lester. how do you fight a war when your supposed allies are attacking you? these attacks are vicious. they are hard to defend against. today the chairman of the joint chiefs said something has to change. afghan security forces turned their guns on u.s. and nato troops yet again. today it was in zabul near the pakistani border at a re
will have -- partly cloudy conditions, temperatures in the 70's. h.d. doppler radar, you did see rain showers, rain shower to the south of us down in north carolina and virginia and out into the kentucky area. high pressure will keep that away from us. currently at b.w.i. airport, 54 degrees. the dew point around 51. humidity 90%, winds are calm and the barometer is 30.13. all good things must come to an end and the beginning of the week doesn't look that good. we will break that down for you coming up. >> our big story this morning, two more troops killed in attacks overseas. nato says a man believed to be a member of the afghan local police turned his weapon on two service members. >> the attack comes on the same day as the maryland guard unit that trained police in afghanistan returned home. george lettis has more on the story. >> it's fantastic to be home with the family again. >> the more than 40 maryland national guards men and women honored at a home coming saturday were assigned to the international security assistance force in afghanistan. they helped train the afghan army an
mccarthy will drop by. he started some of the most popular films of the '80s like "pretty in pink" and "st. elmo's fire." he's going to talk about the amazing journey he has had since then. a big fan? >> huge, huge. do you know his first big break? >> no. >> we'll tell you later. >> you are such a big tease, carl. >>> we will preview tonight's emmy awards as well. >>> we'll begin this morning in afghanistan. the troop surge over there is now over leaving 68,000 soldiers in the war zone, but violence continues to rage in that country. our lester holt is in kabul. the last time were you in the region was almost two years ago. does it feel like the situation there has improved in any way? >> reporter: you know, you don't necessarily get the feel but the numbers will tell you that the nato has trained up over 300,000 afghan security forces. what has changed the surge officially ended on friday. that 33,000 number of troops who were brought in late 2009 into 2010 was now brought down and they're back to the original number of 68,000 u.s. forces here in the country. the thing that struc
around the coast and temperatures are mainly in the 50s. by noontime we are going to see some sunshine. but still the 50s at the coast, the upper 60s around the inland valleys and the warmest numbers just touching 80s. we will be mild gin land but we will be a good, five, eight degrees below average today. more fog across the bay tonight. then there's a wind shift and that will set the stage for warmer weather. terry. >> thank you very much. break news out of contra. the contra county fire investigators are trying to determine the cause of a fire that burned two homes. it started at 3:00 this morning off concord boulevard. firefighters had it under control in about 50 minutes. there are know reports of any injuries. we will bring you more details as the information becomes available. >>> the dumbarton bridge is closed this entire labor day weekend. take a look at the last cars crossing the dumbarton bridge between menlo park and fremont last night. about 30,000 vehicles a day cross it. on any given weekend it's shut down for seismic retrofitting and it's going to reopen 5:30 tuesday mo
a degree or two of how we woke up yesterday morning. 57 livermore. mid-50s in concord. we do have a little bit of patchy drizzle over and along the coastline, over parts of the bay and again the east bay. it looks like by noontime or so before we begin to see the burnoff. once again mostly cloudy skies. the time stamp here says noon. takes until the afternoon. then it will continue to hug the coast for most of the day. we could see it thin out just a little bit and then it will be back. if you're headed to monterey bay for your weekend, we do have that south swell still over areas of santa cruz including the boardwalk beach. the south facing beachless have heightened risk for rip currents as well as larger breaks at the shore. so that the to be aware of if you're going to be out there. keep an eye on the little ones. 75 this afternoon for know sad dough. -- novato. over the north bay these numbers a lot like yesterday. perhaps a tad warmer but as we head east, these temperatures anywhere from 5 to 10 degrees warmer than yesterday. again livermore 67 degrees and mostly cloudy skies yesterda
states manes, happening in helmand province. >>> and overnight, an assault at a joint u.s.-british base, where prince harry is stationed. the taliban has threatened to capture or kill prince harry. all of the taliban fighters except one were killed. >>> throughout the arab world, voices are still raised in anger against the united states. but the protests in libya, tunisia, and egypt are smaller in size and lower in volume. a mob started to form near the u.s. embassy in cairo today. but security forces broke it up. a u.s.-made film considered to be insulting the islam was among the protesters this week. >>> and pope benedict xvi calling for religious freedom in the middle east. crowds in lebanon cheered for the pope on the second day of his visit there. the pope praised lebanon as an example of how christians and muslims can work together, marriages between christians and muslims are not uncommon there. but the area has seen violence. there was a protest in tripoli and lebanon. scenes of carnage, in aleppo, syria today. 11 people were killed across the country. at the time, the presiden
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